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Poster: Seto-Kaiba_Is_Stupid Date: Jan 23, 2009 8:22am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Due to popular demand, here it is again: List of Surviving DuMont telecasts

DuMont Telecasts at the UCLA

The Admiral Broadway Revue - One episode
A.N.T.A. Album of 1955 - One episode
Boxing from St. Nicholas Arena - Five episodes (Including series finale)
Boxing with Dennis James - Three episodes
Captain Video and His Video Rangers - 24 episodes
Cavalcade of Stars - 15 episodes
Champagne and Orchids - Two episodes
Charlie Wild, Private Detective - 2 episodes (UCLA has 15 telecasts, but only two are from the DuMont Network)
Colonel Humphrey Flack - 12 episodes
Concert Tonight - One episode
Dark of Night - One episode
Doorway to Fame - Two episodes
Front Row Center - One episode
Georgetown University Forum - One episode
The Growing Paynes - One episode
Gruen Playhouse - Two episodes
Guide Right - 18 episodes
International Playhouse - 12 episodes (Note: These programs cannot all be confirmed as having been aired on the DuMont network)
Jimmy Hughes, Rookie Cop - One episode (Note: The network premiere)
The Johns Hopkins Science Review - Three episodes (Note: One of these features Wernher von Braun)
Joseph Schildkraut Presents - One episode
Kids and Company - One episode (Note: One of the very few surviving daytime DuMont broadcasts)
Life is Worth Living - Four episodes
The Magic Cottage - One episode
Marge and Jeff - 27 episodes, plus 1 excerpt. (Note: One website listed only 2 episodes being stored at UCLA; archive now has more broadcasts of the program)
Melody Street - Two programs, plus excerpt from an unidentified episode
The Morey Amsterdam Show - 73 episodes
Newsweek Views the News - Two episodes (Note: Program also known as Newsweek Analysis
Not for Publication - 12 episodes
The Original Amateur Hour - Three episodes, and excerpt from another unidentified episode.
Passaic: Birthplace of Television and the DuMont Story - One episode (Note: Early television movie)
The Paul Dixon Show- One episode (Note: network premiere)
Pulse of the City - Three episodes
Rocky King, Inside Detective - 37 episodes
Star Time - Four episodes, and excerpt from another unidentified episode
The Ted Steele Show - One episodes
This is Music - Two episodes
The Vincent Lopez Show - One episode
Window on the World - One episode
You Asked for It - One episode


DuMont Telecasts at the Paley Center for Media

The New York Times Youth Forum - One episode
The Magic Cottage - One episode
Flight to Rhythm - Two episodes
The Big Issue - One episode (Note: Episode telecast November 02, 1952 and is named Peace in the Middle East)
Once Upon a Tune - Three episodes (Note: Rare example of satirical programming from DuMont)
Blind Date - One episode (Note: Hosted by Jan Murray)
Charlie Wild, Private Eye - Four episodes
Rocky King, Inside Detective - Seven episodes
The Morey Amsterdam Show -Two episodes (Note: Features Art Carney in supporting role)
The Ernie Kovacs Rehearsal - One episode (Note: Actually only aired on DuMont flagship station WABD, but at least one major historian considers it a DuMont program as DuMont intended to broadcast it nationally months before the network's collapse)
The Johns Hopkins Science Review - Four episodes
Marge and Jeff - Four episodes
Colonel Humphrey Flack - Two episodes
Court of Current Issues - 14 minute fragment
The Growing Paynes - Four episodes
Life is worth Living -
Kids and Company - Three episodes
Swing Into Sports - One episode (Note: telecast from August 29, 1948)
Life Begins at Eighty - One episode
And Everything Nice - One episode
The Admiral Broadway Revue - 16 episodes
Operation Success - Two episodes
Opera Cameos - Eight episodes
Guide Right - Two episodes
Hold That Camera - One episode
Stop the Play - One episode
This is Music - Two episodes
Dollar a Second - One episode


DuMont Telecasts at the Museum of Broadcast Communications

The Admiral Broadway Revue - One episode
The Adventures of Ellery Queen - One episode
Captain Video and His Video Rangers - Two episodes
Cavalcade of Stars - One episode
Down You Go - One episode
The Johns Hopkins Science Review - One episode
Kids and Company - One episode
Life is Worth Living - Five episodes
Miss U.S. Television Grand Finals - Special aired on DuMont 09/30/1950
The Morey Amsterdam Show - Five episodes
Public Prosecutor - One episode
Rocky King, Inside Detective - One episode
Sense and Nonsense - One episode; sources indicate this program may have aired only locally
Sports Showcase - One episode, airdate unknown
The Breakfast Club - Two episodes
They Stand Accused - One episode
Tom Corbett, Space Cadet - One episode
Twenty Questions - One episode
Washington Journal - One episode


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_surviving_DuMont_Television_Network_broadcasts

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